Exclusive Barcelona Gaudi tour for distinguished visitors

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Originator to seven findings of UNESCO heritage gods architect Antoni Gaudi, leader of Catalan Modernism, began life in Reus living to age during a period of artistic exploration and a meaningful questioning of Catalonia’s social identity. A fairytale Cathedral ambles flawlessly toward construction for a photograph deserving of the photographic popularity it receives on a tour unraveling of the storied artist’s imaginative presence. Make the acquaintance of a legendary artist in his life and time amidst immediate location entries and comfortable fluent transportation following the Antoni route from prolific first openings to troubled terminal chapter.

8 hours

Points of Interest

Sagrada Familia
La Pedrera
Park Güell
Casa Batlló


Private vehicle with chauffeur
Certified guide in the chosen language
Sagrada Familia entrance
Park Güell entrance
Traditional local lunch service


Güell Palace Casa Calvet
Casa Batlló Casa Milà
Casa Vicens Park Güell
Santa Teresa Ganduxer Bellesguard Gaudí
Pavellons Güell Sagrada Familia

How it works


Available all year.
Flexible starting time.

Languages: English, Chinese, Russian, French, German, Italian, Japanese,

Portuguese, Dutch, Norwegian, Swedish, Arabic, Hebrew, Turkish, Catalan and, Spanish.

If the desired language is not mentioned, please contact us directly under info@safejourneybarcelona.com.

Length: 8 hours
Private transportation throughout the tour.
Departure points:

Meet & greet by a personal guide at the location of choice.

Accessible for visitors with reduced mobility.
Book and pay online.
Access e-mailed voucher including detailed itinerary
Print voucher.
Exchange Point: At the chosen location, simply hand the voucher to the guide.
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Casa Batllo Barcelona

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Casa Calvet Barcelona

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Casa Vincens Barcelona

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Collegi de les Teresianes Barcelona

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La Pedrera Barcelona

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Palau Guell Barcelona
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Park Guell Barcelona

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Pavellons de la Finca Guell Barcelona
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The Basilica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Familia
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Torre Bellesguard Barcelona

Casa Batlló Originally Built as Family home for Mr. Josep Batlló Casanovas. Presently opening to visitors and hosting exclusive events. Construction: (1877). Renovation: (1904-1906). Location: Eixample. Architect: Emilio Sala Cortés (1877), Antoni Gaudi (1903-1906, renovation). Awarded: UNESCO World heritage site (2005).
Casa Calvet. Originally built as a commercial property and residence for textile manufacturer Pere Màrtir Calvet. Presently a Restaurant and private residential home. Construction: (1899-1906). Location: Eixample. Architect: : Antoni Gaudi (1899-1906). Awarded: UNESCO World heritage site (2005).
Casa Vincens. Originally built upon request for renowned tile manufacturer Manuel Vincens Montana. Construction: (1883- 1889). Location: Gracia. Architect: Antoni Gaudi (1883-1889). Awarded: UNESCO World heritage site (2005).
Col·legi de les Teresianes. Originally designed for a community of Nuns from the order of Saint Teresa of Jesus. Today it contains the College of saint Teresa of Avila. Construction: (1887-1894). Location: Sarrià-Sant Gervasi. Architect: Juan Bautista Pons Trabale (1887). Antoni Gaudi (1889-1894).
La Pedrera (Casa Milà) Originally built as a Family home for Roser Segimon and Pere Mila. At present Headquarters of Fundacio Catanunya-La Pedrera. Functioning as an exhibition centre. Plus other public uses. Construction: (1906 -1912). Location: Eixample. Architect: Antoni Gaudi (1906 -1912). Awarded: UNESCO World heritage site (1984).
Palau Güell. Originally a Mansion for industrial tycoon Eusebi Güell. Presently open for public viewing. Construction: (1886-1890). Location: Ciutat Vella. Architect: Antoni Gaudi (1886-1890). Awarded: UNESCO World heritage site (1984).
Park Güell. Originally conceived as an exclusive gated residential community. A change of fortune due to a lack of demand for the future of modern housing meant re conception. Park Güell finally opened in1926 as an intricately decorated public park. Construction: (1900-1914). Location: Gracia. Architect: Antoni Gaudi (1883-1926). Awarded: UNESCO World heritage site (1984).
Pavellons de la Finca Güell. Antoni Gaudi's first commission for tycoon Eusebi Güell. An extension of his family Holiday mansion. At present headquarters of the Royal Gaudí Chair. Construction: (1884-1887). Location: Les Corts. Architect: Antoni Gaudi (1884-1887). Awarded: Monument of National Historic and Artistic Interest (1969).
The Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família: Construction: (start) 19 March 1883 – (expected completion) 2026. Location: Eixample district. Architects: Francisco de Paula del Villar (1882-1883). Antoni Gaudi (1883-1926). Domenec Sugranes (1926-1938). Francesc de Paula Quintana. Isidre Puig I Boada. Liuis Bonet I Gari (1938-1983). Francesc de Paula Cardoner I Blanch. Jordi Bonet I Armengol (1983-2012) The talented Jordi Fauli I Oller (2012- to present). Awarded: UNESCO World heritage site (1984).
Torre Bellesguard. Meaning beautiful views is a modernist manor house built for Martin King of Aragon and count of Barcelona. Since 1944 it has been home to the Guilera Family. Construction: (1900-1909). Location: Sarrià-Sant Gervasi. Architect: Antoni Gaudi (1900-1909).

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